The government’s request for proposals (RFP) to find a company to help this country monetize its airspace, comes to a close this weekend, Minister of Tourism and Aviation Dionisio D’Aguilar said yesterday.
D’Aguilar said given that The Bahamas does not have institutional knowledge on the subject
The Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority (URCA) will not require existing radio stations to migrate frequencies in order to create the most ideal frequency spacing configuration for this country’s spectrum, the regulator said in its “Statement of Results and Final Decision for the Technical Standards
Despite an uptick in the number of construction projects near the end of 2018, the most recent data on the industry from the Department of Statistics reflects fewer dollars are being spent overall.
In the third quarter of 2018, there was a boom in the number
Former Bahamas Ambassador to CARICOM Picewell Forbes said yesterday that the government should have consulted with other CARICOM leaders before attending a multi-lateral meeting with four other Caribbean leaders and U.S. President Donald Trump last Friday.
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis joined the leaders of Jamaica, Haiti, Saint Lucia and
Bahamas Electrical Workers Union (BEWU) President Paul Maynard said yesterday that he wrote to Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis about the union’s concerns with Bahamas Power and Light’s (BPL) deal with Finnish technology group Wartsila to install a new 132-megawatt power plant at its Clifton Pier site.
“I have asked the
Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands yesterday denied that the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) is at an impasse with the Bahamas Nurses Union (BNU) over an eight-hour shift system.
Sands was responding to comments made by BNU President Amancha Williams who said nurses will not agree
The Ministry of Education is gearing up to begin formal negotiations with the Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) “within days”, Minister of Education Jeffrey Lloyd said yesterday.
On Friday, BUT President Belinda Wilson said the union was preparing to give the ministry an ultimatum over stalled
The Bahamas National Commission on Marijuana will soon make an announcement about its initial findings on how Bahamians feel about the issue of marijuana, Co-chair Bishop Simeon Hall said yesterday.
“The commission is still doing its work. We are sending out surveys and the like,” said
On November 6, 2018, voters in Michigan approved a measure to legalize recreational marijuana. Michigan became the tenth American state to do so. It was the first in the Midwest.
Uruguay was the first country to fully legalize in December 2013. Its dispensaries began selling marijuana
Prime Minister Gaston Browne, of Antigua and Barbuda, minced no words in denouncing Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis along with Allan Chastanet (St. Lucia), Andrew Holness (Jamaica), Jovenel Moïse (Haiti) and Danilo Medina (Dominican Republic) for attending a meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump